Reading simple words can be a lot of work for young learners, but by adding in a cooperative game, everyone wins in this fun filled lesson. Students will be filled with pride as they master how to isolate sounds.
Use this helpful review or pre-lesson to introduce the idea that letters make the same sound, regardless of their place in a word. Can be used as a stand alone or support lesson for the **Same Sound Different Location** lesson plan.
Students will have no trouble at all using their w-, -it, wit to learn about the -it family in this lesson. It contains a bunch of songs and colorful worksheets to keep your youngsters engaged and entertained.
Your students will love to see rhyming trees! They will manipulate letters to form different words that have the same rhyme. This lesson also integrates science and could be used to discuss parts of a plant or a tree.
This is a great lesson for students to practice identifying the ending sounds in words and connecting those sounds to specific letters in the alphabet! This can be used as a stand alone or support lesson for the **Ending Notes** lesson plan.
Cats in hats may swing bats! Early readers can improve their reading skills with these ending sound resources. Worksheets make phonics fun with cute visuals, mazes, and rhymes. Students will develop fundamental reading skills, and you can mix the teaching up with reading games. When learners are ready for a new challenge, you can introduce activities from our spelling resources.